Did solar lobbying tactics sow the seeds of the Nevada net metering controversy?

By Herman K. Trabish | January 28, 2016

Only a nascent solar market less than two years ago, debates in Nevada over net metering policies have captured the attention of utilities and renewable energy advocates nationwide at the beginning of 2016.

At the end of December, utility regulators issued a decision calling for reforms to solar net metering and utility rate practices. The key provisions are higher basic service charges for rooftop solar customers and a significant reduction in the value net energy metering credits solar customers receive for power their arrays send back to the grid.

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